Get ready to re-certify by exam!
Save yourself hours and hours of locating, reading, and reviewing. Let Marie do the hard work for you. In weekly assignments and 12-minute audio sessions, Marie Biancuzzo’s Online Review gives you what you need to take—and pass—the IBLCE exam!
This course will help you to:
review topics that are likely to be on the IBLCE exam.
work at your own pace with videos and on-the-go audiocasts.
acquire a blend of evidence-based academic knowledge and real-life clinical skills.
feel like Marie is right there with you, telling you what you need to know.
Here’s what you’ll get:
more than sixty 12-minute audiocasts
a bound, 400-plus page Companion Guide you can refer to while you listen, or later!
learning activities, exercises, journals, and questions to reinforce your knowledge.
This is as close as it gets to being invited into Marie’s office for a whirlwind review of dozens of lactation sub-topics, in small chunks! Marie has a unique way of breaking down complex topics into easy-to-learn concepts that will help you to pass the exam now, and practice as an IBCLC for a lifetime!
Imagine walking into the testing site, full of confidence, and well-prepared to pass the exam on the first try!
The overall goal for this course is to enable first-time candidates and certified lactation consultants who have already completed a comprehensive course to pass the IBLCE exam on the first try. The objectives of this course are:
Define terminology and describe fundamental facts associated with anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition,
pharmacology, immunology, technology, techniques, pathology, legal/ethic, growth/development, counseling, public
health, and research as related to breastfeeding and lactation.
Describe the fetal, infant, and maternal anatomy, physiology and endocrinology as related to clinical management of breastfeeding and lactation.
Describe the structure and function of organic molecules, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and other components of human milk.
Within a cultural context, make recommendations to enhance the nutritional status of the childbearing woman and
Explain the functional organization of the immune system, host defense mechanisms, and clinical disorders of the
immune system as related to human milk and its role in protecting against or fighting off disease.
Recognize clinical manifestations of and management implications for pathological conditions associated with
breastfeeding and lactation.
Recognize factors that influence the risk of adverse effects to the breastfeeding infant during maternal drug or herbal
Explain to parents why environmental contaminants may or may not be toxic to the breastfed infant.
Briefly review principles related to counseling, the parenting role, the adoptive experience, and employment as they
related to breastfeeding and lactation.
Describe normal growth parameters and appropriate developmental milestones for newborns, infants, and toddlers.
Given short snippets from real research studies, translate the “researchese” into meaningful information within the
Discuss the legal and ethical implications for persons who carry the IBCLC credential.
Identify, select, and correctly use technology to promote the use of breastfeeding and human milk (including donor
Describe the proper techniques for achieving proper infant latch, and how to express, store and save the mother’s own
Discuss national and international public health initiatives and their implications for implementation in the